What about economically inactive fans. Do they qualify for an unemployed concession. There are fans who are currently receiving a company pension (superannuation) and are not currently signing on for unemployment benefit.
It's been answered before, no unemployment concessions. Because it is open to a use. However unemployed (and I assume economically inactive or anyone else) can volunteer for various odd jobs and get free match day entry in return.
Ok, apologies - maybe I shouldn't have been quite so facetious. However the point still remains, working or not, people do not have a lot of money to go round at the moment. If you're employed working shifts on this country's ridiculously low minimum wage - are you really much better off than somebody out of work? Are you less deserving of a discount?
A twenty quid match day ticket is out of reach for many people whatever their employment circumstances.
Massivechap while I was quick to be critical I apologise and realise that we all find it hard to meet all our costs these days especially going to football to watch DFC whether in employment on low wage or unemployed